Kyiv, like the rest of Ukraine, has been defending itself and living under martial law for more than a month. And today the Kyiv Council met for a session. About this wrote on his Facebook page the mayor of Kyiv Vitaly Klitschko.
"The main issues of today's session, which was attended by 90 deputies, were decisions stimulating the work of the capital's business. Because under martial law, when such a difficult situation, the economy must work," wrote Vitaly Klitschko.
Among the things that were discussed today at the session:
- Mobile trade and restaurant sites: the fee for contracts will be reduced to 1 hryvnia. Share payment for them will be 50% of the existing
- Businesses operating on communal areas: exempt from paying rent
- Parking: benefits from the city
- Advertising companies placing social and patriotic advertising on advertising planes in the city: benefits from the city are available.
"We expect the amount of benefits the city will provide to be offset by income tax revenue and operating businesses.
Let's hold on! We're holding on to Kyiv!
We do everything to protect the city and support its residents!
Together we will stand and win! Glory to Ukraine!" - wrote Vitaliy Klitschko.